Therapies

Assessment and Screening

Doctors can unlock services

Doctors are very important in screening and referring families with special health care needs and disabilities to the programs set up to assist them. Some things that doctors may need

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Support at School

Behavior – Online Resources

Learn more about ways to support your child with behavior challenges From Great Schools.org Life lessons from parenting a child with ODD behavior https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/is-it-me-life-lessons-from-failed-parenting/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=08082 NAYSEC Website https://www.naeyc.org/resources/topics/guidance-and-challenging-behaviors Website explain the PYAMID

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Therapies

Music Therapy around San Francisco

Music Therapy can be helpful for a variety of conditions Learn more in this research article published by the National Institute of Health. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2921108/ Here are some places to find

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GGRC

Explaining Early Start and Lanternman Services

ARCA Resources on How Service Starts for Early Start and Lanterman ServicesAll presentations include ASL interpretation. New infographics are linked at the end.PDF Slides // Diapositivas en PDF Family Perspective – An Unplanned Journey // Perspectiva

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Autism

Autism Services branch at DDS

DDS has a new Autism Services branch.  They describe themselves as being at the intersection of DDS, CBOs, and the Regional Centers and can work to address systemic issues and

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Accessibility

Special Day Classes in SFUSD

This information is from https://www.sfusd.edu/special-education-specialized-class-locations#30817 Separate Classes with specialized services are offered at some SFUSD schools to provide specialized academic instruction in a smaller classroom setting. Students in Separate Classes

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